BE PART OF HISTORY FOR THIS ONE NIGHT ONLY LEGENDARY PERFORMANCE! LIVING LEGENDS ON STAGE! Door Open at 7:30pm
HOSTED BY DCBX10, STUCKONSALSA.COM, & Jimmy Yoon DC Style Dance Academy
SCHEDULE 8:00pm-11pm Award-Winning Latin Dance Show WORLD OF LATIN DANCE FRIDAY SHOWCASE!
10pm-8am (7 Ballrooms of Dancing Salsa Ballroom, The World’s Largest Bachata Ballroom, Kizomba, Authentic Bachata, Zouk, Salsa Ballroom, Silent Fest Ballroom)
12:00am-2:00am Renaissance Ballroom: Salsa Concert with Eddie Torres and the Mambo King's Orquestra
JOIN US FOR DCBX#10! FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER IN A DANCE FESTIVAL IN WASHINGTON DC! THE EDDIE TORRES MAMBO KING'S ORQUESTRA!
Directed by Mitch Frohman who played For 25 years as a sax and flute soloist with The TITO PUENTE ORCHESTRA & LATIN-JAZZ ENSEMBLE.
He also served as Musical Director for the band. His versatility in different styles of music has led him to many opportunities of playing with the greatest musicians in the world (including 6 Grammy Award-winning records and numerous Grammy, Latin Grammy & Billboard nominations).
Eddie Torres (born July 3, 1950), also known as "The Mambo King", is a salsa dance instructor. Torres' technique developed from various sources including Afro-Cuban son, mambo, and North American jazz dance.  He is one of the more popular dancers of New York style salsa. He is famous for his way of dancing and teaching salsa, with the female starting to move forward (always On 2 timing). Torres' style can be contrasted with the more showy Los Angeles style.
Eddie has been dancing and teaching salsa for over four decades, he has trained thousands of dancers, including some of the most important dancers and instructors of the Big Apple and all over the planet like Delille Thomas (Mambo D), Wilton Beltre (the founder of Santo Rico Dance Company), Adolfo Indacochea, Franklin Diaz, Frankie Martinez, Arieh Alexander, and Seaon Bristol. He also has a children's dance program that teaches approximately three hundred students a year.
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